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Culture, Stage The Write Stuff

The Write Stuff

When it comes to articulating his disdain for the world, Gustav von Aschenbach is a pro. Tossing out criticisms like used Kleenex, the eminent, elderly writer (played by Giles Havergal in his staged adaptation of Thomas Mann’s famous novella, Death…
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Culture, Stage Delicious Wickedness

Delicious Wickedness

Choderlos de Laclos served as a career military man in pre- and post-revolutionary France, survived the French Revolution with his head intact, invented the first hollow artillery shell, and published a single, explosive novel called Les Liaisons Dangereuses. Until the…
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Playing Politics Juno and the Paycock. By Sean O'Casey. Directed by Giles Havergal. Produced by the American Conservatory Theater. Starring Robin Pearson Rose, Charles Dean, Kathleen Kaefer, and Geoff Hoyle. At the Geary Theater, 415 Geary (at Mason), through Feb.…
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Four Men and an Aunt

Travels With My Aunt Directed and adapted by Giles Havergal from the novel by Graham Greene. Starring Ken Ruta, Geoff Hoyle, Charles Dean, and Bryan Close. Presented by the American Conservatory Theater at the Geary Theater, 415 Geary, through Feb.…
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